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... want to, all over again, strip you of your past, of your story and of your identity, and just as we talk about our personal histories and what makes us who we are, these people make their own points. Facebook pages, for instance, identifying Jews and their geographic locations with the intention to attack, and the growing effort to banish Jews from Europe.
“The most effective way we can combat this intolerance and honour those who survived ...
... humiliation enough. But then they shaved them all over, not just their heads but all over, with speed and blunt instruments.” The hair cloth has been analyzed and found to contain traces of hydrogen cyanide, the component in Zyklon B used to gas the women.
Everyone not ordered immediately into the gas chambers, wore a badge denoting them as Jews, political prisoners, criminals, Roma or gypsies, “anti-socials,” Soviet prisoners of ...
In the Autumn of 1943, the camp administration was reorganized following a corruption scandal. By the end of 1943, the prisoner population of Auschwitz main camp, Birkenau, Monowitz and other sub-camps was over 80,000: 18,437 in the main camp, 49,114 in Birkenau, and 13,288 at Monowitz , where I.G. Farben had its synthetic rubber plant. Up to 50,000 prisoners were scattered around 51 sub-camps such as Rajsko, an experimental agricultural station, ...
The saddest place in the world. If someone was designing hell, they'd be hard pressed to create something worse than this. There is an area in the 'museum' where no photographs are allowed out or respect, where two tons of human hair still remains. The Nazis even used it to weave cloth. They experimented on twins, as they were hoping they could work out how to induce them, so the Germans could spread their 'race' at a quicker rate. ...
... we have visited. But this was even busier - impossible to get photo's without people getting in the way. Firstly we walked through the gate where millions of prisoners walked before us - with the same overhead sign that you see on so much historical footage. We Weren't allowed to take photographs in some of the buildings out of respect for the people who have perished there. The first building we walked though had on display human hair ...